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The Latest Broadband Mapping News

Broadband Map Challenge Deadline Passes Without Extension

The Jan. 13 deadline for challenges to the FCC’s National Broadband Map has passed. Despite calls by states and other stakeholders, the Commission and NTIA decided against a deadline extension. NTIA will now use the broadband availability and location data the FCC has gathered to remain on schedule and allocate broadband support funds through the BEAD program to the states. The agency’s goal is to complete the distribution by June 30.

Order Ends Form 477 Broadband Deployment Data Collection

Effective immediately, internet providers no longer must submit broadband deployment data to the FCC through the much-disliked FCC Form 477. All submissions will now be through the new Broadband Data Collection (BDC) process, begun earlier this year. NTIA is using BDC data to determine how to distribute funds from the federal Broadband Equity, Access and Deployment (BEAD) program. NRTC and NRECA are working together to submit a “bulk challenge” to the National Broadband Map, based on early BDC data, before a Jan. 13 deadline. REMINDER: NRTC and NRECA are asking members to send bulk data by this Friday, Dec. 23.

FCC’s Broadband Map – What NRTC Members Should Know 

The FCC’s National Broadband Map has been out for more than a week and individual consumers, local governments, service providers, and other entities interested in maintaining the map’s accuracy have a limited time to file challenges before the next, updated version. NRTC staff has compiled a list of next steps for map challengers.

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